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Austria’s Johannes Dürr, the shooting star of world cross-country skiing (3rd in the 2014 Tour de Ski, 8th in last Sunday’s skiathlon at Sochi) is the big star for this coming weekend. (more…)

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Cross-country trails situation:
With on average of over 50 cm natural snow, this year’s many participants are naturally expecting outstanding conditions. Numerous participants are already training hard and forming their own impressions of the excellent conditions.

31 nations
have already registered, from Europe to America, from Africa to Australia. We are counting on mutual respect for all participants!

NEW – classification by age group:
Following numerous requests from participants, this year for the first time will see an additional award for the first three places according to age group (women/men – short/long distance).

Combined scoring:
There are new rules for the combined scoring. From this year on, scores will be based on the combined times for the 30 km Classic and the 42 km Skating events. The combined scores and diplomas will appear on the homepage.

Just for Fun:
The fun group (no timings) is becoming ever more popular.

Photo service:
The 10-strong team from Marathon-Photos will again this year be accompanying the participants. A total of around 10,000 photos will be produced and, following the event, our homepage will give details of how to order your photos.

Camper vans:
Please note that the large car park (centrally located in the start/finish area) offers 300 free parking spaces for camper vans.

Over 430 volunteers are working to make sure that the event goes off smoothly. The organiser would like to thank all those helping in advance.

Euroloppet Pass:
Find out more about the numerous advantages of the Euroloppet Pass, such as the right to start in the second starting group in all 13 Euroloppet races, reduced race start fees up until race day (no supplement payable), Euroloppet joining gift, etc. For more information please see www.euroloppet.com
N.B.: the Euroloppet Pass can also be obtained from the information desk at the Gsiesertal Lauf Race.

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Full marathon course open
The full 42-km trail for both styles will be open as of 15.01.13. Conditions are as usual very good – come and see for yourself!

Participants from 22 countries (including from as far away as Argentina) have now registered. Some 50% of registrations are from abroad. The reduced registrations will continue up until 31.01.2013. (more…)

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  • On 20 December the first 25 km of trails will be opened for both styles, with a mixture of natural and artificial snow in the usual excellent condition. The partial course runs from Pichl to St. Martin, with in addition a circular course in St. Magdalena. More trails will be opened on 27 December. The easiest way to get information about snow conditions and the number of trails open by checking the webcam on our homepage each day.
  • The reduced pre-registrations are proceeding apace with participants from 21 countries now registered.
  • NEWS 2013
    – Combined scoring (30 km CT / 42 km FT)
    – Enjoyment-Group “Just for Fun” – open for both styles
    – “Ski Marathon European Championchips” – open for everybody – www.skimarathon.eu

We wish you all a Happy Christmas and our best wishes for the New Year.

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Registrations for the jubilee event are now proceeding apace. As each participant may also take part in the “European Cross-Country Ski Marathon Championship” this coming February, we are anticipating record numbers of participants. (more…)

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Due to high demand, ONLINE subscriptions for the jubilee race (30th edition) will now open on 15.06.2012 .
Travel packages: Check out the special packages for participants from Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Euroloppet Travel (more…)

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Dear participants,
First of all we would like to thank you for taking part in the Gsiesertal Lauf 2012 race. There were entries from a total of  2.159  enthusiasts from 32 countries around the world.

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